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Pre-Conference Programs

The Intake Equation

Thursday, February 7, 2019 | 2:45 - 5:45 p.m. | $20

Who Should Attend? Undergraduate members of culturally-based and/or NPHC fraternities/sororities. 
The Intake Equation tackles core challenges that can compromise what their organizations stand for, including hazing, intake, values alignment and various issues that truly matter to specific organizations. Leaders from cultural Greek-letter organizations that hold intake will come together to discuss the core challenges affecting your community. By dissecting the membership intake process and examining the concept of branding, students will learn how to shape their membership in a manner consistent with the mission and values of their organization and will develop a plan to build a legacy of success. This interactive workshop challenges student leaders into action and gives them the confidence and urgency necessary to make significant changes within their organizations and community. The Intake Equation was created and is facilitated by members of NPHC, NAPA, NALFO, and NMGC organizations.


Presented by:  CAMPUSPEAK, Inc.


Moving IFCs into the Future
Thursday, February 7, 2019 | 2:45 - 5:45 p.m. | $20

Who Should Attend? Undergraduate members of NIC/IFC fraternities.

This session is for all IFC officers. During our time together, we will provide critical updates on Health and Safety Initiatives, New NIC Standards, and preview our new operation manual for IFCs across the North America. We will help IFC officers better understand of their role in advocating for the fraternity experience on their campus and ensure a future for IFCs on today’s college campus.


Presented by: North-American Interfraternity Conference


Passport for Panhellenic Recruitment Counselors: Ensuring a Smooth Training from Start to Finish 
Thursday, February 7, 2019 | 2:45 - 5:45 p.m. | $20

Who Should Attend? Undergraduate members of NPC women’s fraternities.

The training a recruitment counselor sets the stage for the experience a potential new member (PNM) has while participating in Panhellenic recruitment. A good training can create an extraordinarily positive experience for a PNM and keep her excited and enthusiastic for the duration of recruitment; while a bad training can provide the opposite experience for a PNM. Come to this session to learn helpful tips and tricks to training the best group of recruitment counselors your campus has ever seen in action!


Presented by: National Panhellenic Conference



In-Conference Programs

IFC/College Panhellenic Academy
Thursday, February 7 - Saturday, February 9 | $112

Who should attend? College Panhellenic & IFC Officers
The goal of IFC/College Panhellenic Academy  is to help council officers understand the councils' purpose and understand how to be effective in their officer roles. To learn more, click HERE.

Presented by: North-American Interfraternity Conference National Panhellenic Conference


Greek Out Over Your Resume
Thursday, February 7 & Friday, February 8

Ascend Indiana and TechPoint want to help your resume stand out from the crowd!


Sign up for a 15 to 30-minute personalized resume review with their team of experts. These sessions will be held on Thursday from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. and on Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Reserve your spot here! Walk-ins also welcome, if space permits.



Professionals Institute: Research-Driven Answers to Five Fundamental Questions About the Fraternity/Sorority Experience  
Friday, February 8 | 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. 

Who Should Attend? All fraternity/sorority professionals & graduate students.

What impact does deferred recruitment have on the student experience? Does getting rid of pledging make a difference in an organization's hazing culture? What is the ideal chapter size? What are the biggest predictors of member retention? Is GPA a reliable predictor of chapter culture?

In an era of high-profile hazing deaths, rampant sexual misconduct allegations, and campus fraternity/sorority system shutdowns, college and university leaders are looking for answers. Often, they are forced to fall back on practices that seem promising (i.e. deferred recruitment, shortened new member periods, etc.), but there is actually no empirical evidence to suggest whether or not those practices make a difference. As both campus leaders and fraternal organizations grapple with a "new normal," we still lack empirical evidence related to fundamental questions about the fraternal experience. By having answers to the above questions, our profession can move beyond hyperbole about "best practices" and begin moving toward practices that are supported by empirical data based on four years of research, with nearly 200,000 students representing nearly 400 campuses nationwide completing our surveys.

Presented by: Dyad Strategies

Sponsored by: Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors

Chapter Presidents Institute
Friday, February 8 | 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. | $20

Who should attend? Chapter Presidents.

The Chapter Presidents Institute will provide resources, skills, and leadership development opportunities for chapter presidents of all councils in areas that are geared towards helping them succeed as leaders of their organizations.


Participants will spend time with fellow presidents from across the country as they learn more about their leadership styles and how to accelerate progress within their chapters and communities. Whether the individual is a new chapter president or approaching the end of the term, participants will leave this academy inspired to lead and ready to take action.

Presented by: The Catalyst Agency



SWITCH: A Change Management Workshop
Saturday, February 9 | 2:15 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. | $25

Who should attend? Students and professionals interested in change management.

Why is change so hard? The primary obstacle is a conflict that’s built into our brains, say Chip and Dan Heath, authors of the critically acclaimed bestseller SWITCH. Research shows that our minds are ruled by two different systems — the rational mind and the emotional mind — that compete for control. The rational mind wants a great beach body; the emotional mind wants that Oreo cookie. The rational mind wants to change something in the chapter; the emotional mind loves the comfort of the “we’ve always done it this way”. This tension can doom a change effort — but if it is overcome, change can come quickly. Join us at #AFLVCentral for SWITCH!



Diversity and Inclusion Institute
Saturday, February 9 | 2:20 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
| Free

Who should attend? Students interested in working across differences with members, chapters, and organizations.

Viewing diversity and inclusion as a leadership function is vital for professional and personal development. This institute encourages participants to Bring their self, Share their story, Discover new perspectives, Challenge their briefs, and Embrace differences. Participants will do this through courageous conversations/dialogues and experiential activities focused on building awareness about diversity and inclusion within yourself, your chapter, your institution, and your organization.

Pre-registration is NOT required.

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